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Frank Lloyd Wright / Architect : A 6 page paper on Frank
Lloyd Wright, a talented turn-of-the-century architect,
whose designs were based largely on Wright's own
infatuation with the "architecture" of nature. Specific
examples of this architect's work are provided to evidence
this theme and to better-explain Wright's own ideology.
Also mentioned is how some of his work reflects
"wholesome" family values existing during the period in
which he designed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture and Japanese Influence:
This 12 page report discusses the similarities between the
architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and the architecture of
Japan. Wright's most essential concepts were of comfort
and livability, open and interesting spaces and plenty of
natural light, as well as a conscious integration of the
natural elements that are elemental to the human organism.
Innovation, incorporation, and “flow” are not just part of
Japanese architecture but of Japan itself. Colors, shapes,
even its pattern of light and darkness reflect an innate
interconnectedness with nature in the designs of Wright as
much as in Japanese design. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Fallingwater” : This 5 page report
discusses one of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s most
famous structures “Fallingwater.” Bibliography lists 5
sources. Falling2.wps

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple Vs. McDonald's
Restaurants :
A 5 page paper discussing the similarities and
differences between Frank Lloyd Wright's design of the
Unity Temple and the general design of McDonald's
restaurants. Are there really any similarities between these
two seemingly disparate structures? Indeed, the writer
points to at least four ways in which the architecture is
similar. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Unity.wps

Luis Barragan’s Architectural Style : An 8 page essay on
the life and work of Mexican architect Luis Barragan.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Barragan.wps

Anthony Lawlor's Eight Elemental Forms : A 7 page pager
based Lawlor's (1994) book entitled "The Temple in the
House." The writer focuses upon a specific chapter which
outlines Lawlor's Eight "Elemental Forms" -- the greatest
and most fundamental forces of architectural power. In
Lawlor's view, these eight core elements of structural
design comprise the primary basis for everything that we
see, feel, and experience in a building. The writer applies
what is learned in Lawlor's book to explicate the
architectural design of Washington D.C.'s Capitol Building.
One additional source is listed in bibliography.

Pugin vs. Niemeyer / A Comparative Study Between
Two Architects :
A 6 page paper that documents the
styles of 19th century architect Augustus Pugin and 20th
century architect Oscar Niemeyer. While noting that these
two architects shared little in common stylistically, the author
attempts to show that these two men shared both an
incredible impact on the architecture of their time and a
highly developed sense of their art. Bibliography lists 7
sources. Pugineim.wps 

The Works Of Architect Raymond Hood : A 5 page
research paper on the buildings of architect Raymond
Hood. The writer discusses the landmark skyscrapers
designed by Hood in the 1920s and 1930s which are still
key attractions in the skyline of New York City. From the
American Radiator Building to Rockefeller Center, Hood’s
work is still admired for its use of classic Art Deco design
and innovative features. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Charles Willard Moore -- “Humanist” Architect : This 5
page report discusses the life and work of Charles Willard
Moore. His design of both houses and public buildings
offers a unique flow and “user-friendliness.” Bibliography
lists 5 sources. Chmoore.wps

The Golden Gate Bridge : This 5 page paper highlights
the construction of the third longest suspension bridge in the
world. Sections include an analysis on the building of the
bridge from a cultural perspective, a religious and
philosophical perspective and concludes with a look at the
project from an ethical standpoint. Bibliography lists 7
sources. GGB.rtf

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